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While Nine fades a bit it is still well clear of Seven as The Block delivers an audience fascinated by terraces, but less than kitchen.
Long hours and never ending To Do lists often means our sleep is the first thing to be compromised. But cutting back on sleep can harm our creative output.
There is increasing pressure for quotas for women, culturally diverse and disabled actors and creatives to improve diversity on our stages and screens.
Andrea Buck is a tenacious and highly experienced filmmaker. She has put out a blinder of a TedX speech.
The International Emmies, the Heart of Gold winners, two compelling shorts from an Optus competition, and the next version of the Sydney Film Festival/Lexus prize..
Boys in the Trees is carrying the flag for magic realism, which may be changing the game for Australian cinema.
A weekend to challenge the possibilities of Australian cinema, while Dungog runs a boutique rural take on the movies.
The task of the artist is to make the human being uncomfortable, wrote Lucian Freud. But delivering effective discomfort is a subtle art form.
Imagine if you could jam with a computer that understood your musical strengths or take a life drawing class with a computer that could help you with faces. It's on its way.
Young and sexy Australian Centre for the Moving Image is gaining on its established cultural neighbour, the National Gallery of Victoria.
What happens when the art form you love is cringe-worthy? You remake it in a contemporary manner.
Joe Cinque's Consolation is said to be attracting audiences on its fourteen screens, though there are no official figures.
The current craze for creepy clowns is a sad reminder that real clowning is a misunderstood art.
Everyone carves Nine up for dropping 225,000 on Big Bang Theory.
The Code 2, Barracuda, Ali's Wedding, Jasper Jones and Mary, the Making of a Princess give their writers a moment of glory.
If making a new play is complex and fraught with misadventure, then making a new musical quadruples all those effects, declares Simon Phillips.
Looking for a structure to develop yourself or your team? Fringe Creative Director & CEO Simon Abrahams has developed his own approach to career planning in the arts.
Staff movements at Screen Producers Australia as the organisation wrestles with frustrating policy environment.
Lynette Wallworth's most recent VR experiment breaks new ground, is screened at key world political events.
Modern society has become addicted to ratings and league tables. But a new scorecard, which aims to give 'good art' a numerical ranking, is utterly wrong-headed.
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